The Cosmos and ChronosA brief description of the celestial bodies that are seen in the skies of Chronos, along with their descriptions and relevance to the story’s background lore.
Authors note: Chronos is a personal story and headworld that I build upon for the sake of creativity and worldbuilding. Some are familiar with this, most are not. Its the residue of all the works of fiction that I’m inspired by, like leftover creative clay that I mold into something else.
The Cosmos and Chronos
The Cosmos - Chronos is one of many worlds in a multiverse, surrounding it is one moon, and patterns of constellations that mimic our own (Earth). The planets appear to be different however, currently there are five categorized. Each culture names them what they wish but Thalus mages recognize them as Skopos (The Observer), Boreas (The Northern Star), Pyr (The Inferno),Psephos (The Stone), and Demos (Guidance of Man).
There is an unrecognizable form that floats through the void on a clear
Where am I?
You've found your way to our virtual sandbox. This is where we, a group of buddies, dump art about our personal creations. All the deviations herein are depictions of our personal headworlds, and what we've developed about them. We also try to help each other think by providing prompts and meat to chew on.
Can I join?
We are currently invite only. Most of us have been in contact for a while. We're comfortable with each other and wary of disrupting that. The group may open up to public some day, or on a whim, but not right this second.
Is this a joint headworld?
Nope. Everyone here is doing their own thing.
Can I use the stuff I see here?
No. This group is not a grocery store for ideas. Be respectful of the creators and what they post. They work hard on these things!
Can I use the prompts?
Even if you're not in the group, go right ahead! The prompts are there to get people thinking about their headworld, and as I see it, there's no harm if some other people want to look through them.
You CAN submit unpolished sketches and work.
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